Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Reviews

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supriya prabhakara profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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Currently at our organization, we host all our Oracle PeopleSoft instances on the Oracle Cloud infrastructure. Earlier, we had hosted them on the Amazon web services. We moved to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure due to the cost-effectiveness of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
The Return on Investment has been great with Oracle cloud infrastructure compared to the AWS.
We also host many of our customers on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and provide managed services.
  • The Return on Investment has been great with Oracle cloud infrastructure compared to the AWS.
  • Hosting ERP systems on Oracle Cloud infrastructure is very cost effective
  • The new user interface has a lot of glitches and needs a lot of tags to be added to create services
  • The reliability is not very good - instances are not available sometimes
Well suited - It is well suited to host oracle cloud or Oracle ERP applications.

Less appropriate: Less appropriate for non Oracle workloads with integrations, especially when the hybrid cloud model is used.
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Srinivas Pothana profile photo
September 17, 2019

Oracle leads the industry

Score 8 out of 10
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Currently, we use OCI for hosting our BI-related applications. All our data warehouse and BI applications are hosted in OCI CLassic. Applications are in OAC. Our BI apps are used across the organization on a daily basis and are critical for month-end and quarter-end reports. It is a centralized data warehouse loading data ETLs from different boundry systems.
  • Ease of provisioning.
  • Scalability to add CPUs or storage without depending on the infra team.
  • Visual builder is a great tool for end-users.
  • There are few limitations while extended file storage associated with database systems and is causing backup issues.
  • Room for improvement on object-level cloning in the database.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is easy to manage and easy to use. It needs some improvement in simplifying Network/Security setup across domains, as well as some improvements in disaster recovery and clone processes. Its bit slow and buggy while cloning databases from backup.
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Score 7 out of 10
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It is heavily used by our company. Being Oracle Partners helps our customers migrate to OCI and implement their solution.
  • Ease of use
  • Ease of implementation
  • Robust and secure
  • Seen some network issues
  • There have been malware attacks
  • Credit monitoring app on the phone
Cloud is the way to the future. I would recommend OCI for all the Oracle Products in the Cloud.
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September 18, 2019

OCI Rocks!

Score 8 out of 10
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We started using Oracle Govt Cloud Gen1 as a pilot since it's inception and we were very new to this cloud environment at the time. We had significant issues using Oracle Cloud Gen1. Also, due to lack of support from Oracle and lack of understanding from our staff, we had to cancel our efforts to pilot in the cloud. Our experience was very painful and we decided not to use Gen1.

Moving forward, when Oracle introduced Gen2 cloud it looked very promising. We are in the process of getting Oracle Cloud Gen2 for piloting a few applications and based on our experience will decide to migrate the rest of the apps.

  • Autonomous is a great feature.
  • We can focus more on business needs and less on operations.
  • Very scalable environment.
  • Provide OEM by default if you create DB instance.
  • Multitenant setup.
OCI is well suited for those who need to focus on their business needs and want to provide their user community with the best experience possible in an agile manner.
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Score 6 out of 10
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My organization planned to migrate from legacy systems for better scalability, faster development, better compliance, and robust security. Initially, we had issues with networking during set up. It's a perfect cloud interface match for existing PeopleSoft systems. The pricing model is very cost efficient and easy to understand. It took some time to get trained, but once on board, it was a smooth ride.
  • Easy integration with existing PeopleSoft systems.
  • The volume of data that can be created and attached to a new or existing instance.
  • Extremely cost effective to build a dedicated platform with a lot of memory and computing power.
  • Improved support from Oracle to resolve any issues with the configuration for enterprise-level customers.
  • Some of the cloud solutions are bare-bones and not as efficient when compared to what AWS offers.
  • Existing components are insufficient to implement all solutions successfully.
Compared to AWS Oracle is slightly more cost-effective, especially when the implementation doesn't require a wide range of services. The out of the box functionality is minimal compared to AWS or Azure. The technology is advanced especially when it comes to hosting the database. Customer support is not up to the mark compared to other vendors.
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Ray Hirte profile photo
November 24, 2018

Our OCI adventure

Score 8 out of 10
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Currently, we are using the OCI for our PeopleSoft Upgrade Manager (PUM) and our PeopleSoft demo databases. We are evaluating the network set up and firewall rules we can apply to the environment. We are planning on putting all our non-prod environments into OCI. PeopleSoft is an enterprise application so for testing, it will be used across the organization as well as for DR/BC in the future. For our business, we are hoping it will be cost neutral and provide easy provisioning for our environments as well as scalability for our non-prod environments.

  • Provisioning for environments
  • Scalability for our environments
  • Data backup
  • Understanding what services will incur additional charges when you set up the environment not after the charges start to be incurred.
  • Better PeopleSoft support for lift and shift. We are having a consultant help us with the move.
We don't feel confident enough in OCI to put our production environment in there yet. It may be well suited however we need to do our due diligence. Also as a government agency we need to ensure that our data is never located outside of the US at any time. We do feel it will be well suited for our PUM, Demo, Dev, Test and staging environments in the cloud. Our strategy is to get our staff working on more high value tasks and offload the mundane things on the OCI environment. We may even outsource our server patching. The additional items that come in the cloud purchase make it particularly appealing. These items include data masking, goldengate and the backup and recovery services.
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Score 7 out of 10
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[It's] Used internally to provide access to Oracle applications for all our consultants for development, design, training, demo, and pre-sales work.
  • The only supported platform supported by PeopleSoft Cloud Manager
  • Consistent and predictable performance
  • Underlying technology design is built for resilience and performance.
  • Visual network designer would assistant in ensuring configuration matches intended design.
  • Automatic and seemless migration of VMs from OCI Classic to OCI would show that Oracle is taking cloud infrastructure service seriously.
  • Better, faster support. Traditional methods of filing SRs date back to the 1980s. Online realitime chat with support that know what they're doing is critical.
  • One click template image load from Oracle Cloud Marketplace is basic omission. It's available for oci-c but not oci.
Well suited to running Oracle database workloads. Native Microsoft SQL Server support would allow it to seriously compete in the IaaS market.
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Score 10 out of 10
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We are a small consulting software services company that implements custom APEX applications for the Romanian market. We use Oracle IaaS for our developing environments and also for some of the production environments. Usually, these are internal applications for 5-20 users on an Oracle stack, but not only, we also have some WordPress/Drupal instances running on Oracle IaaS.
  • a la lot of distinct services that instantiate Oracle products in the cloud
  • a good interface that offers many features
  • reliable SLA and good global content network delivery
  • a good prices and possibility to migrate licenses in cloud
  • still buggy on some screens
  • a little bit behind with versions of software, but they usually make upgrades once in a trimester
  • can take time to learn the documentation, but it has plenty

- for developing environments it is accessible from anywhere

- for demo environments, it is easy to ramp up and to decommission

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Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Oracle Cloud in development environments, production environment for internal applications and demonstrative and proof of concept environments. Mostly I like its actionable insight reports and customizable dashboards.
  • It is easier to operate a workload without having to buy, manage and support the underlying infrastructure.
  • It is reliable, fast, quick to access and easy to customize.
  • Billing can become a problem due to the fact that it is extremely granular and is broken out to reflect the precise usage of services.
Well suited for production environment and accounts. Less appropriate for financial reporting requirements of certain geographies.
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Score 8 out of 10
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We are using Oracle Cloud IaaS across the whole organization to deliver new products for clients quickly.
It really helps avoid the need to procure additional hardware in order to initiate projects.
  • Rapid development
  • Flexible pricing
  • Agile
  • Ease of use
  • Centralized deployment
Any time that a project or prototype needs to gather some momentum then Oracle IaaS is a no brainier as it allows you to develop something real in a matter of weeks rather than months
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Score 8 out of 10
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IaaS (Infrastructure As a Service) is being used to upgrade from our current ERP system to the next one which is entirely cloud based. Our servers(web, application, database, monitoring servers etc. )will be maintained on Oracle's cloud infrastructure. Whether this will be a pubilic or private cloud will depend on type of environment, stake holder's involved and facilities offered for both these clouds.
  • Reduction in cost as no scalability is required from an IT infrastructure side.
  • Pre-configured, engineered and simple in nature. This helps in reducing complexity on the IT side.
  • Less number of workers needed. Helps in effectively reducing man power and using comp.
  • IAAS (Infrastructure as a Service) is not a customizable solution. It's a pre-configured system which sometimes fits in customer expectation but largely differs in diversity.
  • More improvements are being worked on by Oracle to improve cloud computing, Oracle systems do not share computing resources and need to be scaled in those areas.
  • Third, Oracle private clouds are not delivered “as-a-service”. This solution is a rental which can be modified, but is nonetheless bound by hardware and software parameters, for a specified rental period.
Oracle's IAAS might work well for small organizations with less cloud computing and scalability requirements. This will result in less manual labor and considerable reduction in IT costs.
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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Scorecard Summary

Feature Scorecard Summary

Service-level Agreement (SLA) uptime (11)
8.3
Dynamic scaling (11)
7.5
Elastic load balancing (9)
7.5
Pre-configured templates (11)
7.0
Monitoring tools (11)
7.5
Pre-defined machine images (11)
7.4
Operating system support (10)
7.0
Security controls (10)
6.6

About Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is a comprehensive set of integrated, subscription-based infrastructure services that enable businesses to run workloads in an enterprise-grade cloud managed, hosted, and supported by Oracle. With OCI, users can move, build, and run their entire application portfolio in the cloud—migrate traditional applications with full fidelity and no architecture changes or build new cloud native applications. OCI is designed around the core tenets of versatility, performance, governance, and predictable pricing to address these strategic options and enterprise requirements.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Competitors

Amazon Web Services, IBM, Microsoft

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Technical Details

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